If You’re Ready To Tamper With The Gods, Expect A Lot Of Bad Karma
The significance of the sculpture’s symbolism cannot be overstated. Lono, a long-dead Hawaiian deity of good fortune and plenty, is revered at the Makahiki festivities, which take place on the first day of the Hawaiian new year.
Traditions that date back thousands of years should not be tampered with. You can expect a lot of bad karma if you decide to meddle with the gods.